IDF says sirens in north were caused by ‘suspicious aerial object’ from Lebanon

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

Sirens sounded in the Upper Galilee a short while ago due to a “suspicious aerial target” that entered Israeli airspace from Lebanon, the IDF says.

An interceptor missile was fired at the target, the IDF says, adding that the incident is over.

Sirens had sounded in the communities of Gadot, Yesod Hama’ala, Sde Eliezer, Amuka, Hulata, Mishmar HaYarden and Ayelet HaShahar.

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